Tuesday, February 28, 2006

A Taste of Tuesday

A mix of reading for your Tuesday morning: This is an open trackback post. Trackback to this post, and it will be displayed here and reciprocated.

The Black Republican looks at the hypocrisy of the left on the ports deal - and how the WSJ has come to the president's defense.

Let's face it: our borders are as porous as a spaghetti strainer, our State Department hands out visas like they're chocolate mints, and Aunt Bessie is being strip-searched at the airport while Hassan and Mohammad walk right past the security checkpoint. Does it really matter who negotiates longshoreman contracts, as long as the federal officers who have prevented further plots on our soil continue to provide port security?
Blue Star Chronicles also looks at the cowardess of the MSM.

California Conservative was interviewed on the radio about the Dubai Ports deal.

Atlas Shrugs has what the Danish Prime Minister said about the cartoon controversy.

Why are we not getting the FULL story from our news sources? Why does the MSM not report this?

Ruthlace tells us about this week in Christianity.

Daddy's Roses suggests some reading that will uplift and/or interest you.

Blue Star Chronicles offers a movie review that's frightening (the movie, not the review).

Michelle Malkin shows us how censorship is being used in the UAE.

And the Captain's Quarters has given us a little chocolate heaven.

Stop the ACLU has an eye-opening post that sheds light on hypocritical behavior.

"Hush, Hush Sweet Charlotte" takes on sinister connotations in this story at My Vast Right Wing Conspiracy.

If you want to talk about arena football, Basil's Blog is the place for you!

Enough for now. Unfortunately I have to go earn a living. Happy Tuesday.

Disrespecting The Fallen Excerpt: Due to the ridiculous flap over the cartoons there has been a lot of talk and debate over what is and isn't properly free speech. Let me share two examples that fall outside of the rubric of free speech to me at least...Weblog: Freedom Folks
Tracked: 02.28.06 - 8:51 am

The Emporer's New ClothesExcerpt: With an air of authority and superiority, he portrayed the Danes as child-like and living in a land of fantasy. He implied the whole affair had been set off by the naivete of the Danish nation.Weblog: Blue Star ChroniclesTracked: 02.28.06 - 3:42 pm

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